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group practice

noun
1.
Also called group medicine. the practice of medicine by an association of physicians and other health professionals who work together, usually in one suite of offices.
2.
any similar practice by an association of professional persons.
3.
Law. a system in which legal services are provided by a corporation retaining and paying a number of lawyers.

Origin:
1940–45

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group practice
 
n
a medical practice undertaken by a group of associated doctors who work together as partners or as specialists in different areas

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group practice n.
The practice of medicine by a group of physicians, each of whom is usually confined to some special field but all of whom share a common facility.

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